The Laundry Room is the result of a path followed by two brothers. From an early age, their creativity flowed on collaborative projects. Their mother was a true artistic talent who left behind journals of their West Coast adventures, full of illustrated sequences of their days at the beach, where they collected sand dollars littered on the shore during early morning low tides—loosely metaphorical for their future endeavors. Life included evenings of their father strumming his nylon acoustic guitar, playing songs by ‘70s folk legends, rather than traditional bedtime stories. Summers consisted of creating anything that caught their attention, from building hidden crawling paths disguised as stacked boxes in their laundry room to digging bunkers underneath their backyard deck, not to mention crafting zip lines into their pool.